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Uniformed protective services courses

Why choose uniformed protective services at West Notts?

Learn from industry demonstrations

You will study the dynamics of team building and team leadership, participate in team building activities and learn the methods of communication used by the uniformed protective services and emergency services.

Teachers with industry experience

Our teachers are predominantly ex-military personnel who have served on front line tours in places such as Afghanistan, Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Iraq, the Falkland Islands and Sierra Leone. Therefore they are able to provide you with significant experience and ensure you are prepared for roles in the uniformed protective services and emergency services

Be prepared

You will work hard and train harder to ensure they’re fully-equipped to deal with any emergency. Lessons will involve teamwork and leadership skills so you become qualified and ready to lead the way.

Career Opportunities

Guided Campus Tour

Get a glimpse into the facilities you will be using as a uniformed protective services student at West Notts College.

What our students say

Fiona talks to us about how she's enjoying her time studying Uniformed Protective Services at West Notts! She highlights what specific parts of the course she enjoys, mentioning college facilities, trips and guest speakers giving insight into a students field of interest.

Callum gives us a look into his college experience, shares how he's getting on and talks about some key highlights throughout being at college, such as guest speakers and taking part in the mountaineering club.


Uniformed protective services news and press

  • Public-spirited students praised by principal and police

    Five students at West Nottinghamshire College have been formally recognised for their “great attitude and initiative” in responding to a road traffic accident which saw a classmate struck by a car.

    Posted: 21/12/2023
  • College celebrates ‘Good’ Ofsted result

    Staff and students at West Nottinghamshire College are celebrating following the publication of its latest Ofsted inspection report – which has graded it ‘good’ with areas of outstanding provision, and that makes a strong contribution to meeting its area’s skills needs.

    Posted: 07/06/2023
  • College showcases its work to Shadow Education Secretary

    Students and staff at West Nottinghamshire College showcased its work to provide high-quality education, training and career pathways when Shadow Education Secretary Bridget Phillipson MP visited its campuses.

    Posted: 25/04/2023
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Why choose West Notts?

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96.2% A Level pass rate in 2022.

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One of the top colleges in the UK for student satisfaction.**Learner Exit Survey 2019/20

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We offer a flexible and cost-effective travel pass to all students and apprentices.

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We have four campuses each boasting a number of state-of-the-art facilities.

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